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Old 11-25-2007, 10:11 PM   #16
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utica boiler ignites for 5 sec. then shuts off


LED flashes low voltage code. Any thoughts? Thanks. Cliff

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Old 12-02-2007, 09:13 PM   #17
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utica boiler ignites for 5 sec. then shuts off


It was the aquastat relay. Local supplier told me he'd have the "suitable replacement" in house within 3 weeks. LOL

Apex used my broken part number, double-checked with Honeywell while we were on phone, and 2-day aired it to me for 40% less than my local guy. The aquastat relay was different Honeywell part number but exactly the same correct part.
While looking over my boiler I noticed my Taco was installed with the electric junction box underneath the circulator. I rotated it 90 degrees.

I have enjoyed learning about and figuring out my boiler. Thanks and good luck. Cliff
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Old 07-21-2008, 09:40 AM   #18
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utica boiler ignites for 5 sec. then shuts off


Cliff,

I just installed an MGB-100 boiler. I was checking out posts on the electronic ignition and saw yours. Do you have the part number and what the cost was? I will look up Apex as well. I am thinking of buying one so that I will have it on hand.

Thanks

Rob

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It was the aquastat relay. Local supplier told me he'd have the "suitable replacement" in house within 3 weeks. LOL

Apex used my broken part number, double-checked with Honeywell while we were on phone, and 2-day aired it to me for 40% less than my local guy. The aquastat relay was different Honeywell part number but exactly the same correct part.
While looking over my boiler I noticed my Taco was installed with the electric junction box underneath the circulator. I rotated it 90 degrees.

I have enjoyed learning about and figuring out my boiler. Thanks and good luck. Cliff

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